Annual Party Palooza to Help Cancer Patients

The 6th annual “ Party Palooza ” is coming to the Tri-Valley in September and October to benefit the Sandra J. Wing Healing Therapies Foundation. The nonprofit organization will have 9 individual events to raise money to help local cancer patients.  Donations go toward providing pain and stress relief to local residents suffering with cancer. […]

Stan Hitomi named Alamo Citizen of the Year

Hitomi Recognized for Positive Impact on the Community Through his Leadership and Innovative Ideas  At the 32nd Annual Alamo Music and Wine Festival held on Saturday, September 6th, the Rotary Club of Alamo named Stan Hitomi, principal of Alamo Elementary School, as the 2014 Alamo Citizen of the Year. In addition to being recognized by the […]

Breakfast to Benefit Meals on Wheels

Pancake Breakfast will benefit Meals on Wheels and Senior Outreach Services to be held at the Pleasant Hill Senior Center, 8:30 am -10:30 am Sunday, Sept. 7th, 2014 Meals on Wheels and Senior Outreach Services is hosting a Pancake Breakfast fundraiser on Sunday, September 7th to raise money for fall prevention services in Contra Costa County.  The Pancake Breakfast […]

Aging safely in their own home

How to Maintain Your Aging Loved One Safe and Happy in Their Own Home On Thursday, September 11th at 6:30 p.m., The Elder Care Team, in conjunction with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Contra Costa County will present an informative evening of information about how to best care and provide for aged family members. In this […]

Volunteer at Danville Summerfest

Chamber members can promote their businesses Danville Summerfest (Formerly The Danville Fine Arts Faire) Saturday, June 21 & Sunday, June 22 10AM-5PM in Downtown Danville is looking for volunteers! You can help check in customers at one of the Chamber Beer and Wine Tents or work at the Concierge Station answering questions about Summerfest, while meeting […]

Danville — Railroad Avenue Improvements Begin

 Project to include underground utilities, new sidewalks Work begins this week on the Railroad Avenue Improvements project, the next in a series of projects occurring in downtown Danville this year. Crews have begun marking the location for trenching work necessary to move overhead utility lines underground, the first phase in a project expected  to last […]

School aged kids can learn at Camp Arf

ARF’s award-winning themed camps teach kids of all ages to care for animals If your school-aged child loves animals, there’s no better place to spend the dog days of summer than Camp ARF! ARF’s award-winning camp for Grades 1-12 offers a huge variety of exciting, educational week-long sessions beginning June 16 and running throughout the […]

Danville Outdoor Summer Concert Series Back

The Town of Danville is proud to announce the 29th annual Music in the Park summer concert series. These free concerts are the Town’s way of saying thank you to the wonderful citizens for supporting Town programs throughout the year. This summer, two of the four concerts are scheduled to be held at Oak Hill […]

AB 2293 for TNC’s insurance approved

Bonilla Bill Clarifying Insurance Coverage for Transportation Network Companies Approved by Assembly Assemblywoman Bonilla’s measure, AB 2293, was approved today on the Assembly floor with a 71-0 vote.  This bill clarifies insurance coverage plans for transportation network companies (TNC) and requires important disclosures to TNC drivers that ensure all parties are aware of the insurance […]

Task Force Tackles Prescription Drug Abuse

By:    Candace Anderson, Contra Costa County Supervisor                               We have a prescription drug abuse problem in our community and there are people stepping up to do something about it. The National Coalition Against Prescription Drug Abuse (NCAPDA) has been working […]